This Packers starting lineup would fix offensive line issues in Week 5

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We have learned a lot about the new-look Green Bay Packers in the opening four weeks, good and bad.

Jordan Love has shown huge upside, but he still has work to do. Green Bay's young receiving corps is as talented as we thought, but they are still developing chemistry with Love.

Green Bay's defense has potential against the pass, but stopping the run remains a major issue. It's a similar story for the offensive line. They have held their own in pass protection but struggled to create rushing lanes.

The Packers are allowing too much interior pressure up front and the run blocking needs to improve. A shakeup to the offensive line could solve both problems. Green Bay should enter Week 5 with this starting lineup.

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Quarterback: Jordan Love

Through four weeks, Jordan Love has completed 74 of 132 passes for 901 yards, eight touchdowns, and three interceptions, with a passer rating of 88.0. Not bad numbers, especially given the lack of time he had to throw against the Lions. Better offensive line play will help Love.

Running back: Aaron Jones

Hopefully, Aaron Jones is closer to 100 percent and no longer on a snap count. The Packers desperately need their star running back to lead the way. Green Bay's run game has struggled.

Wide receiver: Christian Watson

Christian Watson is a game-changer, but he hasn't played a full game yet. Watson was on a snap count in his season debut last week, but he still caught a touchdown. Hopefully, he's healthy enough to start and see a significant increase in snaps.

Wide receiver: Romeo Doubs

Romeo Doubs is Jordan Love's go-to target, which comes as no surprise to anyone who watched them at training camp. Doubs is the Packers' leading receiver with 20 catches for 233 yards and three touchdowns.

Wide receiver: Jayden Reed

Jayden Reed has dropped a couple of passes, but he has also made some big-time catches this season. The Packers' second-round pick is off to a fantastic start, catching 12 passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns in four games.

Tight end: Luke Musgrave

Luke Musgrave cleared the concussion protocol and is good to go on Monday Night Football. He only has 125 yards in a little over three games, but the breakout performance is on the way. Jordan Love has come close to connecting with Musgrave for big completions on a couple of occasions.